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todd harper (funnymoney) - BPL Lifetime Member

My Locale Sunshine State
About Me Began hiking in the Carolinas, some in Virginia and now in Florida - much less variation in terrain, I'm sad to say, but beautiful in its own right. A Gatewood Cape w/Serenity is my primary solo shelter nowadays.

I'm also into kayaking & fishing.
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Re: Light, cheap, comfy real pillow
Sounds comfy! Let us know how long it keeps its support. I have some climashield also. Todd

In Make Your Own Gear » Light, cheap, comfy real pillow
May 27, 6:56pm

Re: Re: Re: Gear List - Most Economical way to reduce
As long as flame doesn't contact the foil, it will last quite a while. Standard foil is what I use w/my SuperCat. I am going to cut an aluminum oven liner to make a replacement for it, though...

In Gear Lists » Gear List - Most Economical way to reduce
May 21, 7:43pm

Re: Shock Cord
FWIW, SMD uses 1/4" black elastic rather than true shock cord. Not trying to be nitpicky, just wanted you to know. Todd

In GEAR » Alpinlite Gear Bug Tent
May 21, 7:32pm

Re: Alpinelite Gear Bug Tent
Brad, Either would work, and work well. But I have a Serenity from SMD, and Ron uses elastic on the corners to attach to the tarp stakes. Light, quick, and no extra stakes YMMV.

In GEAR » Alpinlite Gear Bug Tent
May 21, 2:18pm

Re: Gear List - Most Economical way to reduce
I know this ADDS weight, but don't forget a foil windscreen for your cook kit!

In Gear Lists » Gear List - Most Economical way to reduce
May 20, 7:30pm

Re: Sewing an underquilt directly into the hammock
JustJeff, one of hammockforums.net's founders, has made several down-insulated hammocks which can be found on hammockforums or his personal site tothewoods.net. This should get you started o...

In Make Your Own Gear » Sewing an underquilt directly into the hammock
May 19, 7:34pm

Re: Frogg Toggs
Great gear: light, keeps rain off, cheap, and breathable. Only drawback that I've found: can snag and tear (especially driducks), but hasn't been an issue for me and I hear duct tape rep...

In GEAR » Frogg Toggs
May 19, 8:55am

Re: Thru-hiker quilt finished
Quality craftsmanship, Matthew! I especially like the flap in the footbox.

In Make Your Own Gear » Thru-hiker quilt finished
May 15, 11:26am

Re: Wichita Mountains Overnighter
Christopher, How beautiful IS that place?!! I haven't heard of it until now. Lucky you.....and who hasn't bailed before!!?? Great pics.

In Post-Trip Reports » Wichita Mountains Overnighter
May 15, 11:23am

Re: Making Char Cloth
Jason/Anyone: I made a batch of char cloth tonight on my Pocket Rocket, per Jason's video. (Thanks Jason!!!) Looks great, takes sparks just like Jason's, etc. However, I'm wonde...

In Make Your Own Gear » Making Char Cloth
May 13, 8:17pm

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